Saturday, April 18, 2015

Canadians Being Ambivalent About Religion


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A recent Angus Reid Institute survey shows that Canadians "are increasingly becoming ambivalent about religion or rejecting it outright, but people across the religion spectrum admire the Pope," reports The Catholic Register of Toronto.

The online survey of 3,041 Canadians shows that 30% are inclined to embrace religion, 26% inclined to reject religion, but the largest group of 44% are ambivalent about religion.

For more on this, you may read the full report in The Catholic Register



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